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Harry James Angus
Little Stories is the second solo album from Melbourne singer / songwriter, Harry James Angus. It was released on September 16, 2011, and consists of eleven studio-recorded tracks, six of which also featured on his previous live album, Live at the Famous Spiegeltent.
The album is predominantly of a folk genre, and is described on Angus' official website as "constantly unfolding stories of buried bones, murderous stove cooks, sentimental corporate bankers and mystical cricket players."
Little Stories was recorded and mixed by Ross Cockle at Allan Eaton Studios on July 13 and 14 2011.
Hand Me Downs
Diamond Amongst the Thieves
The Bottom of the Lake
The Bottom of the Lake is the third album by Melbourne band Tinpan Orange, released on Vitamin Records in 2009. The album was produced by Harry Angus of The Cat Empire, and Angus also plays several instruments on the album. "Lovely" was released as a single.
Computer Love is an Australian hip hop album by TZU, released on 28 June 2008. The album was released under the P & C Liberation Music record label and debuted at no. 23 on the Australian music charts.
The album has been nominated for a 2008 J Award as "Album of The Year".
The single released from their third album "Computer Love" was also entitled "Computer Love" and it received airplay on national youth radio station Triple J. The video clip for the song has also been nominated for the "Music Video" J Award for 2008.
Although the album was originally released with just 14 tracks, it now contains the 15th track "Reflecting Off That".
Summerland is the fourth album by Australian hip hop band The Herd and was released on 24 May 2008. The Herd announced its new album in March 2008, in early May of that year the first single from the album, "The King is Dead", received radio airplay, it makes reference to Australia's change in government with John Howard being replaced after 11 years as Prime Minister by Kevin Rudd.
The album debuted at #7 on the ARIA Album charts and reached #2 on the Top 40 Urban Album charts. It was also nominated for the 2008 ARIA Awards in the 'Best Urban Release' category.
The album was named 'Best Independent Urban/Hip Hop Album' at the Jägermeister AIR Awards held at Melbourne's Corner Hotel in November 2008.
The Mike Daly directed film clip for the second single from the album, "2020", was nominated and won the inaugural J Award for ‘Best Music Video’ in December 2008.
Beat and Holler
Blue King Brown
Learn To Breathe
Fish Out Of Water
Fish Out of Water is the fourth studio album by Australian blues musician Ash Grunwald. It was released in August 2008, peaking at number 43, becoming Grunwald's first album to peak inside the ARIA Charts top 50.
At the ARIA Music Awards of 2009, the album was nominated for ARIA Award for Best Blues and Roots Album.
At the APRA Awards of 2010 "Breakout" won "Blues & Roots Work of the Year"
Beads on a String
The Woohoo Revue
Look so Good
Hold Your Breath
Stand Out / Fit In
Queen Porter Stomp
Queen Porter Stomp
Live at Bats
Fly My Pretties
Exit Strategy is the debut album from Astronomy Class and was released on 30 September 2006. It also features collaborations from several prominent Australian MCs and musicians.
Offered It Up
Sorry I Let It Come Between Us
The Goodbye Girl
Too Late To Pray
At Midnight We Ride
We Two Thieves
Somethin' Somewhere Better
Pinky Beecroft And The White Russians
Full Circle (Best Of)
Long Nights Are Gone
Carus and The True Believers
Torch The Moon
Torch the Moon is the fifth studio album by Australian band The Whitlams, released by Black Yak through Warner in 2002. It peaked at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart. It received platinum album certification from ARIA.
Watch Me Disappear
Summer of Doom
Philadelphia Grand Jury
Mish Mash! is the fifth studio album from Australian rock band, Regurgitator. Mish Mash! was released on 15 November 2004 and peaked at number 52 on the ARIA Charts.
The band's drummer, Peter Kostic, told The Age the band had wanted to dig deep to find the inspiration for the album saying; "It was really positive. It enabled us to block out everything else that was happening and focus on recording. We worked really quickly as a result. I don't think this would have been as good a record had we not done this."
Speaking in 2005, Kostic said "I'm really happy with the record, if I had gone through all that and in the end come out with a record that I wasn't personally pleased with, I would be pretty distraught."
Autumn Flow - 10th Anniversary Edition
Shadows in the Sun
Choose One is the debut album from Australian hip hop group 1200 Techniques, released in June 2002. Produced entirely by band's founder, DJ Peril, the album features a mix of contemporary hip-hop, rock and electro. It peaked at No. 20 on the ARIA Albums Chart.
AllMusic's Jody Macgregor rated it at three-and-a-half stars and explained "the group's guitarist Kemstar lays down a rock-solid rock riff. That unusual addition, a live rock guitarist in a hip-hop group, goes a long way towards individualizing the 1200 Techniques sound, adding an odd and sometimes surprisingly funky layer. Another thing that makes them unique is their unabashed Australian-ness."
The single, "Karma", samples elements of Hot Chocolate's "Brother Louie" and was featured on a "World Instruments" segment of John Safran's Music Jamboree. The track "Battlemaster" contains a widely used line from the hip hop film, Beat Street.
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